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Conversion of arc file format to rar file format beta

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Convert ARC lossless data compression and archive format to WinRAR RAR compressed archive.

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Both ARC and RAR files are compressed archives, just featuring different compression method. You can repack or thus convert one to another with any file manager / compression program that supports both of these formats. Alternatively you can decompress ARC in one program and use another software to create the RAR.

Microsoft Windows software Microsoft Windows icon - convert arc to rar on Windows


A freeware file compression tool

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Convert from arc file


to rar file


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Additional links: Open arc file, Open rar file


Files with arc extension can be typically found as archives compressed using the ARC lossless data compression method, originally created by SAE. 


Files with rar extension are compressed archives using RAR or WinRAR compression utilities. Along with the ZIP format, the RAR format is one of the most common formats used and can be extracted by almost every archiving tool.


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